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Covid-19 Scare: Man held for derogatory post in Mangaluru

Covid-19 Scare: Man held for derogatory post in Mangaluru

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 30 Mar 2020, 11:14 am

Mangaluru/UNI:  The Mangaluru South Police has registered a criminal case against a man over a 'derogatory post' against the district administration. According to DC Sindhu B Rupesh, the man identified as Melwyn Pinto had sent a derogatory message on WhatsApp.

She warned on taking stringent action against miscreants who are spreading false information and rumours about district administration under DM Act provisions.

Meanwhile, City Commissioner of Police Dr P S Harsha said, "We have noticed people going around on merry rides without purpose either on two-wheelers or in cars during the lockdown period."

"The traffic wing has noted down the registration numbers of vehicles and will come to the respective owners for seizure of vehicles," he warned.

He urged the people to adhere to the guidelines of the district administration and not to risk the lives of other citizens.

"Very soon culprits will be held accountable and may face a different lockdown. one behind the bars," he tweeted. 

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